"Childbirth is an experience in a woman's life that holds the power to transform her forever" - Suzanne Arms Over and over again, we have read, heard and have been told that no matter how you deliver your baby, it does not make you less of a mother. No body can oppose this statement. But… Continue reading April is International Caesarean Awareness Month. Are you aware?
Your child's vacation date is nearing. You have your travel plan ready. Infact, you might have already made the bookings. You are all set to jet off. But are you really.?? Looking back, travelling has been a very important aspect of my journey. From travelling day in and day out to new places for work… Continue reading Your GO-TO guide to be vacation ready
When you have the most adorable and loving kids and a dedicated husband, everybody thinks you have it all. But do we really?? Judge me all you want, but there are things that were once a part of me and now they aren't and I have no shame accepting that I miss them. It was… Continue reading I am a MOM but… What have I left behind??
Disclaimer - This isn't an educational post. All experiences mentioned are real life and any resemblance to any one else's experience has my deepest sympathy.. When I decided to be a homemaker and a Stay at Home Mom, I had absolutely no clue what I was getting into. There are so many incidents that sometimes… Continue reading Being a SAHM – Using all my senses with a filmy twist
I set off on this crazy ride of Motherhood 7 years and 4 months back when the line turned pink. When I delivered brat no. One, I was known as a 'New Mum'. As she grew, the title changed to a 'First Time Mum' (FTM). She kept growing up and the titles kept changing till… Continue reading I will always be a ‘NEW MUM’
What will I feed?? When will I feed?? How much will I feed?? Dont we all think of these questions when we think about starting semi solids with our babies?? I did!! Repeatedly!! This time I wanted to use my experience from my first daughter to make the transition easier for the younger one and… Continue reading Time to start solids?? Read this first…
When I was informed about having an emergency cesarean, my biggest fear was having our baby stay in the NICU, since I was only 34 weeks along. Once she was there, I was anxious to get her home as soon as possible but I had to wait till the doctors thought it was safe for… Continue reading 5 tips to get through those scary days in NICU
Exactly a month back at 6 pm, I had no clue my life would change completely in the coming 12 hours. I was 34 weeks along and what started as braxton hicks in the evening soon turned into full on contractions. We rushed to the hospital at 1 am and were informed that I will… Continue reading Plan is to plan the unexpected
Most of you started reading this to find out what happens once the big change starts and your toddler turns into a pre-schooler.. Whether it's an easy transition or a tough one. Will they settle fast or bring the house (in this case - school) down. Let me answer that for you. NOOOOOOO!!! This post… Continue reading When they start school…
We have heard these three words endless times and we try everything possible to achieve this goal. But where does the work actually start?? It started the moment that strip turned pink. Yes, along with eating carefully, taking your supplements on time and routine visits to your doctor, this is something that requires equal attention. … Continue reading SIBLINGS WITHOUT RIVALRY